Dr. Kitty Brandal, President and Program Architect
Contact Phone: +1.4192395732
A three-hour workshop won’t cover everything there is to know about employee engagement. However, this workshop will cover some of the key concepts of engaging employees, developing engagement champions, and using “micro-connections” to engage with people. Most companies are striving to innovate forward, attract and retain top talent, reduce turnover, and meet their goals. But we all know that we can’t achieve our goals if we can’t engage our employees. Does your organization offer an ‘experience’ at work? What’s your purpose? That question shouldn’t only be answered by the company overall, but everyone should have a purpose. Engagement doesn’t mean serving lunch to everyone once a quarter.
Topics for discussion:
Employee Engagement Vs. Employee Satisfaction.
Why it matters and what REALLY works.
Building engagement advocates.
Hire. Train. Retain.
Working “on purpose”.
Who is sinking your boat?
Engagement is psychological in nature. Better engagement results in better productivity. When employees are engaged at work, they feel a connection with the company. They work harder because they believe the work they’re doing is important.